Sans du tongue.
Avec du tongue:
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Love both looks. The ability to switch it up whenever you want means they will always be fresh!
I vote for sans due tongue for everyday use but it is always nice to have the ability to mix it up throughout the day….I have a question for you though…where are studs…surely the studded option should be worn to dazzle passers by.
I’ve been thinking about the studded versions since the show, had dreams about them etc. In fact, there’s a sample pair on display in the Bond Street shop in my size. They let you try them on and pre-order (very clever), and I was really tempted, even at £600-odd or whatever they are, but then I thought: I need work shoes. I was overcome by common sense and a need to pay my council tax. I do love the studs though. Also, I like the idea of black 501s and the shorter Prada jacket from this season – think Curiosity Killed the Cat’s Ben in ‘Misfit’ walking round New York – plus these Church’s brogues.
There are times when common sense surely must prevail against our whims and fancies, this is a good example. That said, these are still something to behold and despite their practical worth they still command a semi and a little keyboard salivation.
With tongue baby…..always with tongue….x
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Jordan donned this pair of shoes, the Nike oxygen Jordan XIX, all through the 2003-2004 NBA season. This pair of sneakers is definitely an awesome offer over an eyesore to say the least. The the front element belonging to the tongue arrives up way as well high, and that fence like design and design going lower it is terrible. There may be considered a velcro strap, that is not assisting the design’s situation either. It helps make the element it is linked to actual physical appearance like just one huge flap is covering the true shoe. It is challenging to discover something excellent to say concerning the way in which this pair looks. This just one could have benefited from the vital idea change.
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